July 29, 2015

Fall Mystery Announcements


Presented by: Midnight Ink, Oceanview Publishing, Severn House & Soho Press & Library Journal

Event Date & Time: Tuesday, August 26, 2014, 3:00 – 4:00 PM ET, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM PT


Let us take the detective work out of your mystery collection. Join us for a one-hour, free webcast to get a preview of the latest titles in the *highest circulating fiction genre in U.S. libraries from Midnight Ink, Oceanview Publishing, Severn House and Soho Press. Featured publishers will help you prepare your physical and virtual stacks for your library’s mystery lovers.

Moderated by Library Journal mystery reviewer Kristi Chadwick, you’ll hear what’s lurking around the corner and find yourself taking notes on which audiobooks and books to stock your shelves with this fall.


David Ivester – Marketing & Publicity Manager, Oceanview Publishing

Terri Bischoff – Acquisitions Editor, Midnight Ink

Paul Oliver – Director of Marketing and Publicity, Soho Press

Kate Lyall Grant – Publisher, Severn House

Charlotte Loftus – Marketing Assistant, Severn House


Kristi Chadwick – Mystery Reviewer, Library Journal

Kristi Chadwick is Advisor for Small Libraries for the Massachusetts Library System, where she provides training, continuing education, and advisory services across the state. Kristi was named a Library Journal 2013 Reviewer of the Year and a 2014 Mover & Shaker. You can find her discussing ebooks, collection development, and reader’s advisory on Twitter, @booksNyarn.

RegisterCan’t make it August 26th? No problem! Register now and you will receive an email from Library Journal with the URL to access the archive for this event.

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For more information about this webcast, please visit libraryjournal.com

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